It’s a Wrap – Highlights from the DockerCon 2019 Keynote Sessions

Jenny Fong

May 03 2019

If you missed DockerCon in San Francisco this year or were unable to watch the livestream, no need to worry – we have you covered. You can catch all the demos, get the latest announcements and find out what is next for the Docker ecosystem by watching the replay sessions on demand.

Day 1: Docker Enterprise 3.0, Customer Innovation Awards, Robots and More

On Tuesday,  we kicked off the first day of DockerCon with product announcements, demos and customer guest speakers. During the session, we presented Docker Enterprise 3.0, the only desktop-to-cloud enterprise container platform enabling organizations to build and share any application and securely run them anywhere – from hybrid cloud to the edge. Additionally, we announced this year’s winners of the Customer Innovation awards, featuring Carnival, Citizens Bank, Liberty Mutual, Lindsay Corporation and Nationwide.

On-stage, the Docker team also demonstrated  Docker Applications, Docker Kubernetes Service (DKS) and new features and capabilities in Docker Desktop Enterprise – all designed to accelerate the application development and deployment pipeline. They keynote closed with a demonstration from R.O.S.I.E, the robot built by two Liberty Mutual engineers using Docker.

 To learn first hand everything featured on stage, watch the replay here:

The Docker Foundation, Community and Captain Awards and What’s Next for Docker

In Wednesday’s general session, we shared a bit more about our values as a company. First, we announced the creation of the Docker Foundation, a philanthropic organization that will focus on enabling education opportunities. The first organization Docker Foundation will be working with is, an organization focused on eliminating educational inequity in computer science by providing the tools and connections that empower software engineers of any race, gender, or background to access jobs in the technology industry.

We followed this by announcing this year’s Community Leader Award winners and the Docker Captain Award – recognizing the importance of the extended Docker community. Finally our CTO, Kal De, took the stage to share more about Docker’s engineering tenets and technology areas where we are investing. This included demonstrations of forthcoming features for multi-architecture builds, automated cloud deployments, and the addition of commercial support for containerd.

To get a closer look at Day 2, watch the replay here:

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